EZread™ Plastic Magnetic Letter Set

Item: 302115

$ 17.99 - $ 18.99
Item #:  302115
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We have developed a Really Good set of letters: sturdy plastic made to last; color-coded for word study; strong magnets for sure sticking. Our upper and lowercase letters correspond in height. The lowercase letters come in a set of 80 including our new a and g serif letters and the uppercase in a set of 57-with plenty of commonly occurring letters for word study (4 of each red lowercase vowel and 2-3 of each blue lowercase consonant; 3 of each red uppercase vowel and 2 of each blue uppercase consonant). The tallest letters (capitals and letters with ascenders and descenders) are 1 7/8" tall. And our price is hard to beat!

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  WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
Grade Level:
Grades: Pre K-3
  • 137 Magnetic Color-Coded Letters
    80 lowercase
    57 uppercase
    Size: 7/8" to 1 3/4" each

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4 Star
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Reviewed by 3 Customers
4 Stars

Pretty good but not fantastic

I use them on my wall for updates, but there were no punctuation marks with the letters. I was a little disappointed about that.
By Dee from , WV
4 Stars

Great for small groups. Magnets not very strong though
By from ,
4 Stars

Useful letter set

These letters are very good for visualization. Put several in a bag, have them grab one and feel it, then describe it, then identify what it is. I wish they were a little more magnetic so they would stick to the board better.
By Vision Intervention Program from , MI